FREE Tea Class taught by Seeds and Greens owner Stacey Freibert, This Tea Talk will focus on bulk tea varieties. Top picks for their health benefits, steeping & blending tips. Class lasts 30 to 45 min. Class begins at 5:30pm.
Seeds and Greens is an independently owned local market and cafe selling high-quality organic, natural, and minimally processed foods, as well as healthful home products, and nutritional supplements. The restaurant serves healthy and wholesome prepared foods to enjoy in the market or to carry out. Our staff will be friendly, eager to serve and ready to answer your questions. We will strive to support local farmers and artisans food products.
Black History Month Celebration Event - Feb 23rd
"Understanding the impact of Black History in Today’s World" will be held on Thursday, February 23rd, 2017, 7-8:00PM, at the Historic Second Baptist Church. Free Event
Rev. Kevin Cosby, Senior Pastor at St. Stephen’s Church and President of Simmons College of Kentucky will speak on the impact of Black History in Today’s World. The evening will also include music by St. Stephen’s Legacy Choir. This free event is made possible by a grant from the Indiana Humanities Council and the National Endowment for Humanities.
About the Church: Completed in 1852, this truly significant structure is connected to the Underground Railroad in the metro area. The building served as a beacon of hope to freedom seekers across the river. It was a connecting point between two cities in a slave and free state, and a safe haven in a hostile environment on a long journey to freedom.
SweetFrog Frozen Yogurt Opens - February 25th
On Saturday February 25th at 11 a.m., SweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt will open their 2nd southern Indiana location. The new location will be at 302 Pearl Street Suite B, on the corner of Pearl and Market, centrally located in the historic downtown district of New Albany.
An official grand opening celebration will be held on Saturday March 4th at 11 a.m. where patrons can try free samples of the 14 flavors of frozen yogurt and win several prizes the froyo shop is giving away in honor of their grand opening.
Black History Month Celebration Event - Feb 25th
"A History of the Underground Railroad in Floyd County and Tours of the Town Clock Church" will be held on Saturday, February 25th, 2017, 10:00 AM-1:00PM, Free event
Pam Peters, author of A History of the Underground Railroad in Floyd County, and a member of the Friends of the Town Clock Church Board of Directors will tell the story of the Underground Railroad and its relationship to the historic Town Clock Church.
The presentation will begin at 10:00AM and be followed by tours. The 2nd Baptist Church, 300 E. Main Street in New Albany, be open for tours until 1:00PM. This free event is made possible by a grant from the Indiana Humanities Council and the National Endowment for Humanities.
New Albany Honey & Apiary now located Downtown
"New Albany Honey & Apiary” a Veteran owned company, is now in downtown New Albany As a part of Pearls On Pearl (214 Pearl Street, New Albany).
Pearls on Pearl is celebrating 5 years in business, and they have joined with their sister company “New Albany Honey & Apiary” to bring you New Albany honey, bee supplies and live bees! Yes, you CAN BUY BEES IN DOWNTOWN NEW ALBANY!
Homeopathics with Dr. Swanz at Seeds & Greens - Feb 25th
Homeopathics with Dr. Peter Swanz with a focus on cold and flu remedies. Free class lasts 1 hour. Class will begin at 11am at the Seeds and Greens location in Downtown New Albany.